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Getting Things Done®: GTD® Mastering Workflow Fundamentals & Implementation...
Thu., 27/07/2017, 9:00 am – Fri., 28/07/2017, 4:00 pm AEST
Getting Things Done® (GTD®) is David Allen's proven path for getting in control of your world and maintaining perspective in your life.
This first level in the Mastering Workflow Series builds the foundation for you to put GTD® into play—at work, at home, and in everything you do. You’ll learn critical principles and techniques for gaining and staying in control, day to day.
The key result on this level is stability.
There are two components to build your success at each level in the series–the course and the follow-up workshops.
This course is conducted over 2 days giving attendees flexibility to attend one or both days.
Day 1 is focusing on the Fundamentals of Level 1 and is a pre-requisite for Day 2.
Day 2 is focusing on installing the system with the help of Installation and Implementation lab.
Day 1 (July 27, 9:00 am to 5:30 pm): Mastering Workflow Level 1 Fundamentals course.
This one day Fundamentals course includes engaging lectures, clever animated videos sharing the best practices, hands-on exercises, group discussions, and Trainer demonstrations.
This course instils the critical distinctions of the five steps of workflow mastery: capture, clarify, organize, reflect, and engage. It focuses on the need to capture all potentially meaningful inputs into trusted tools, the executive decisions required to clarify what those captured items mean and generate actions and outcomes, the primary and discreet categories for organizing information and reminders, the process for consistent orientation reviews of life and work, and how to optimize your system to make priority choices.
What’s Covered in the Course:
Capturing “stuff” into external locations
Processing “IN” to empty consistently
Applying the two-minute rule
Making decisions when things show up vs. when they blow up
Tracking actions contextually vs. unworkable daily to-do lists
Getting email under control
Delegating and tracking deliverables appropriately
Creating a functioning reference system
Breaking through procrastination
Managing priorities effectively
Detailed workbook, with information and examples on the concepts presented in the course
Jumpstart Booklet to use as a starter system for tracking projects and actions
Methodology Guides, which summarize the key GTD models
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity book
Day 2 (July 28, 9:00 am to 4 pm): Level 1 Installation and Implementation workshop (I&I) for Calendar, Email, tasks and projects.
The Installation and Implementation workshop is a dynamic way to ensure graduates of the Fundamentals Course are well-equipped to build and maintain trusted systems and make the most of their investment in learning the Getting Things Done® methodology. Participants can expect to make some real progress in the implementation of GTD for Email, Calendar, Tasks and Projects. Requires participants to have live access to their email and calendar.
What is covered:
Email: Handheld workshop for structuring email according to best practices for GTD, with live demonstration, leading participants through handling their own personal backlog and structuring email.
Calendar: This workshop covers best practices for calendar management, three-fold nature of work and includes live demonstration.
Tasks and Projects: This workshops allows participants to set up their GTD system for tasks and projects on paper based system or software of participant's choice.
Populate your GTD System
Apply the Five of Phases Workflow
BONUS with Day 2: One week later, we will conduct a phone call to help the participants with a Free Guided Weekly Review. Typically delivered as a webinar one week after the course, this is handheld walkthrough of the 11 steps of the weekly review. Participants need live access to their Calendar, Tasks and Projects to be able to do their weekly review.
Fundamentals: Early Bird tuition is $595 per person; Regular tuition is $695 per person (GST and processing fees apply).
Fundamentals and Installation workshop: Book together and save 25% on day2 plus BONUS Weekly Review!: Early Bird tuition is $1191 per person ; Regular tuition $1291 per person (GST and processing fees apply).
Special rates are available for Groups of 2 or more people (must register together). For larger groups, please contact organizer for special rates.
Watch Julie Ann Miller shares her experience with GTD®:
“GTD allows me to be present and to show up fully in the moment.” —Louis Kim, Hewlett Packard (HP)
GTD global clients:
Microsoft, HewlettPackard, IBM, KPMG, Accenture, Nike, Sony, Adidas, Novartis, VISA, Sun MicroSystems, Harvard University, The Washington Post, Xerox, Cisco, AstraZeneca, McDonalds, NASA, Starbucks, GE, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Pharmacia, American Red Cross, Deloitte , Nestle, and many more.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Beginners of all types looking to discover the world of Getting Things Done®. Veteran GTD practitioners looking for a refresher and new inspiration on the five phases of mastering workflow.
WHAT TO BRING:
Day 1: All training materials will be provided. Participants will also receive the book, "Getting Things Done; The Art of Stress Free Productivity". Includes Lunch, Morning and Afternoon tea.
Day 2: Participants will need to bring their computer/devices so they can install their own GTD system for Email, tasks and projects. Includes Lunch, Morning and Afternoon tea.
NOVOTEL MELBOURNE ST KILDA,
16 The Esplanade, ST KILDA VIC 3182
Seminar Cancellation Policy:
Productivity First is happy to transfer your booking to our next workshop, If you can't make it for a booked workshop, with a $100 processing fee. Cancellations within 7 days of the workshop incurs a $150 processing fee.
Please contact and let us know and we can change the name on the registration if you would like someone else to attend on your behalf, if you are not able to make it.
We look forward to seeing you at the event!